Seniors break dress code one last time

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To finish a year plagued by COVID-19 restrictions and accommodations, seniors celebrated one of their last weeks with special events and different dress-up days.

Monday, April 26: Senior Citizen Day

A play on the word seniors, Heritage seniors dressed up as elderly seniors. Sporting beaded glasses and gray hair, the seniors enjoyed an early bird breakfast with pastries and juice.

Tuesday, April 27: Life is a Beach Day

Seniors dressed in their most stereotypical Hawaiian attire or donned tacky tourist outfits. They received a pizza party for lunch at the East side of the 2500.

Wednesday, April 28: Super Senior Day

Seniors dressed up as their favorite superheroes, with costumes ranging from symbols to t-shirts to capes. At lunch, they enjoyed an ice cream social and in the evening, they participated in a movie night.

Thursday, April 29: Senior Breakfast

To celebrate their future colleges, seniors wore their college shirts and enjoyed a breakfast on the backfield. A large monitor displayed everyone’s future colleges, music played and games and activities were offered.

Friday, April 30: Senior Skip Day

Seniors finished with an annual senior skip day, a tradition for students’ final year at Heritage.

Eva, a junior at American Heritage School, is starting her first year as a writer for the Patriot Post. She enjoys all things literature and is part of many clubs including the National Honor Society, Key Club and Black Student Union. When she is not studying, she is at swim practice or watching Netflix.

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